Eastbourne Borough's match against York City today has passed a pitch inspection and will definitely go ahead.
York have won their last two matches against Lewes and Oxford United and they boast one of the division's top strikers in Richard Brodie.
Brodie, who was on loan at Barrow, scored against Boro during their 4-0 FA Cup replay defeat in Cumbria and has since bagged 10 goals for Martin Foyle's York side.
Greenwood said, "He is a handful, he is in good form and we know we will have to be aware of him. We know what he is all about and he is a real threat."
Paul Armstrong returned to training this week as Boro have no other injury concerns.
Ashley Barnes returns after his suspension for five bookings and Dan Smith will hope his improved form continues after bagging a goal at Forest Green last week.
Wilson is in discussions with Plymouth boss Paul Sturrock to secure the duo the rest of the season. FA rules state a decision will have to be made before the end of the January transfer window.
Wilson added, "We would love to keep them for the season and beyond. But we are in talks with Plymouth and it's their decision."
Wilson hopes to sign a goalkeeper, a striker and a defender before the January transfer window closes.
Borough have cancelled the registrations of goalkeeper Chris Winterton and Jean Michel Sigere. Alan Tait's loan period at Basingstoke has been extended by two months.